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Gentle Yoga for Everybody
First Friday Happy Hour
Rise and Shine

7 - 8:15p
Gentle Yoga for EveryBody
*JANUARY 1st 4-5:15pm*

Yin Yoga

7 - 8:15p

First Friday
Candlelit Restorative Yoga
*No class 11/3*

8:30 - 9:45a
Gentle on the Floor

10 - 11:15a
Gentle Yoga for EveryBody





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Drop-in: $20*

Unlimited Calendar Month: $80*

Private 1 hour session: $65

I'm so grateful for you

Thank you!

*price effective 1/1/2023


Class Descriptions:

Gentle Yoga for EveryBody

You've carved out a little time for yourself. Perhaps you're coming from work or maybe the family is fed and is settling in for the evening. You know that a little sliver of time once or twice a week on your mat helps to keep you grounded, centered, compassionate, and quite honestly sane. You find value in a yoga practice that is mindful, gentle, and purposefully sequenced for both the season and for you, the practitioner. You can count on moving with a focus on alignment, breath, and the opportunity for modifications and variations. Perfect for the first-time yogi or those who like a gentler practice.


Yin Yoga 

What is Yin Yoga?  Yin Yoga invites you to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia. Yin poses are quiet, still, and held for 3-5 minutes allowing the connective tissue to release and strengthen.  This class will have you on the floor most of the time, using as many props needed to create a feeling of support and allowing for release while holding poses.  This class will complement your Vinyasa practice and will open and release areas in need of more tender attention. 

Gentle on the Floor

You're an early riser, often up before the Sun. You can't wait to greet the day. You've got a lot you want to pack into your Saturday. But you'd like to start off with a little intentional movement. We'll be sweet to ourselves. We'll wake up our bodies gently. We'll link easy movement to breath. This isn't the time for challenging ourselves and pushing our boundaries. This is the time for slow and ease-filled movement to warm up the entire body, release fascia, and prepare the body for the day's activities.

Perfect for the first-time yogi or those who like a gentler practice.

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